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Interdisciplinary Programs

BACHELOR’S PROGRAMS

Eight new interdisciplinary bachelor's degrees are offered through the College of Interdisciplinary & Continuing Studies.

Eight Bachelor's degree programs are offered.

New Bachelor's Programs

  1. B.S. in Interdisciplinary Engineering, Information, and Computational Sciences
  2. B.S. in Interdisciplinary Sciences
  3. B.S. in Interdisciplinary Health and Human Sciences
  4. B.S. in Interdisciplinary Organizational Administration
  5. B.S. in Interdisciplinary Educational Studies
  6. B.S. in Interdisciplinary Technology Services
  7. B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Societal Equity, and Urbanism
  8. B.S. in Interdisciplinary Global Perspectives and Practices

Minimum Admission Criteria

Students must transfer a minimum of 60 credits of completed coursework to be accepted to the Morgan Completes You programs. Also, applicants must have a minimum combined GPA of 2.25 for courses transferred.

The general structure of the Undergraduate Academic Degree Programs follows the student credit hour model shown in the table below.

90 credits Maximum transferable
18 credits CICP 480 Internship / externship / project / work experience / research Variable (1-18)
12 credits CICP 490 (6+6 Capstone Project E-portfolio) (6 or 12)
120 credits Total

To apply for admission to CICS at the undergraduate level, complete our undergraduate admission form.

For more information, email: mcy@morgan.edu.

MASTER’S PROGRAMS

Five new interdisciplinary master's degrees are offered through the College of Interdisciplinary & Continuing Studies.

Five Master's degree programs are offered.

  1. M.S. in Interdisciplinary Health and Human Sciences
  2. M.S. in Interdisciplinary Sciences
  3. M.S. in Interdisciplinary Engineering, Information, and Computational Sciences
  4. M.S. in Interdisciplinary Journalism and Mass Communication
  5. M.S. in Interdisciplinary Organizational Policy, Governance, and Administration

Minimum Admission Criteria

Students must have successfully completed a bachelor's level degree and transfer a minimum of 15 credits of completed graduate level coursework to be accepted to the proposed master’s programs. Also, applicants must have a minimum combined GPA of 3.0 for graduate courses transferred.

Curriculum Structure for M.S. Academic Degree Programs

12 credits course work Graduate-level course from certain degrees Transfer up to 12 credits
12 credits CICP 970 Internship / externship / project / work experience / research Transfer up to 18 credits based on prior work or research experience
9 credits CICP 902-904 Graduate Research Seminars Required for all.
3 credits CICP 998 Dissertation Defense
(co-requisite CICP 904)
Required for all.
36 credits Total

To apply for admission to CICS at the graduate level, complete the School of Graduate Studies' online application form.

For more information, email: mcy@morgan.edu.

DOCTORAL PROGRAMS

Five new interdisciplinary doctoral degrees are offered through the College of Interdisciplinary & Continuing Studies.

Five doctoral degree programs are offered.

  1. Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Health and Human Sciences
  2. Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Sciences
  3. Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Engineering, Information, and Computational Sciences
  4. Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Journalism and Mass Communication
  5. Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Organizational Policy, Governance, and Administration

Completion of the Ph.D. program requires a student to have an MS degree and complete an additional 36 credit hours beyond the MS degree.

Minimum Admission Criteria

Students with an MS Degree must transfer or earn a minimum of 18 credits of previous coursework and experience to be accepted to the proposed doctoral programs. Also, applicants must have a minimum combined GPA of 3.0 for graduate courses transferred.

The general structure of the Doctoral Academic Degree Programs follows the student credit hour model shown in the table below. Thirty-six (36) credit hours, total, are required for completion of the doctoral degree programs for all students who hold MS degrees.

12 credits course work Graduate-level course from certain degrees Transfer up to 12 credits
12 credits CICP 970 Internship / externship / project / work experience / research Transfer up to 18 credits based on prior work experience or research
9 credits CICP 902-904 Graduate Research Seminars Required for all.
3 credits CICP 998 Dissertation Defense
(co-requisite CICP 904)
Required for all.
36 credits Total

To apply for admission to CICS at the graduate level, complete the School of Graduate Studies' online application form.

For more information, email: mcy@morgan.edu.